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Post date: June 11, 2019
Operations Director – EONS, Inc.

Operations Director
Bemidji, MN

EON, a growing employee owned company, now has a need for a full time Operations Director to join our Leadership team. Operations Director is accountable for leading, managing, developing a comprehensive array of community support services for individuals who need assistance to remain independent in the community. Must have experience working with individuals with varying disabilities and mental health issues. Experience and knowledge of rules and regulations for home and community based waivered service provision necessary. EON - Enriching lives by supporting independence

Qualification: Bachelor’s degree in Health, and Human/Social Services field. five to seven years of progressive management and supervisory experience in Home and Community Based Services or Health Care industry. Experience in, and working knowledge of, applicable rules and regulations governing Home and Community Based Services, Intermediate Care Facilities, and the health care industry preferred.

Must be able to meet the qualification of a Designated Manager which includes any of the following:

  • Bachelor of Science degree in a field related to human services and one year of full-time experience
  • Associates Degree or Diploma in a field related to human services from an accredited post-secondary institution and 2 years (4,160 hours) of full-time experience.
  • Four years (8,320 hours) of experience under the supervision of a staff person who meets the previous listed qualifications.

AND three years of supervisory level experience in a program providing direct support services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older.

Must also be able to meet the following qualifications:

  • Ability to safely operate and drive a motor vehicle with a Valid driver’s license and meet qualifiers to be insured by EON’s vehicle insurance provider.
  • Safe and Operational vehicle to commute and travel for business purposes.
  • Ability to pass a Minnesota Dept. of Human Services Background Study. To include ability to provide direct care without restrictions.
  • Complete all orientation and training needs as written in policy.
  • Meet the physical requirements as outlined in this position description.
  • Possess good oral and written communication skills.
  • Able to read and write in English.
  • Basic computer knowledge and skills using Microsoft Office to include Excel, Word, and Outlook.

Benefit Category:Full time, Salaried/Exempt.

Hours Worked:Full time organizational position.

Please send resume to

Post date: June 7, 2019
Chief Executive Office – Partners for Quality

Chief Executive Officer
McKees Rocks, PA

Since 1975, Partners for Quality (PFQ) has been committed to providing services and supports to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and to children and families who have behavioral health challenges. Now in its 44th year of service, PFQ is recognized as an integral part of the service delivery system in Allegheny County serving more than 7,000 people annually and employing more than 1,100 people across the organization. PFQ is the parent company to five subsidiary organizations including the Allegheny Children’s Initiative, Citizen Care, Inc., Exceptional Adventures, Milestone Centers and Partners for Quality Foundation.

The next Chief Executive Officer will have the opportunity to lead the organization through a thoughtful strategic planning process that will further outline the vision for this vital organization as it moves forward. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Chief Executive Officer is responsible for the overall leadership of PFQ and its affiliates to ensure delivery of the highest quality services.

PFQ seeks a proven, effective servant leader with a passion for the mission as well as a leader who has been a catalyst in fulfilling an agency's vision. This entrepreneurial individual will bring leadership characterized by a visionary outlook, the ability to garner broad community support, sound business and management acumen, the ability to increase the visibility of the organization, and to carry forward major new projects and programs.

The organization seeks a charismatic, relational, collaborative and inspiring leader who is dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and behavioral health challenges.

Given the revenue streams at the organization, the ideal candidate will demonstrate a proven track record of successfully navigating large, complex, contractual agreements with governmental agencies.  An understanding of and experience with an organization of similar size, scope and budget is highly desired.  A proven ability to lead employees in multiple locations as an effective team of closely coordinated, highly professional, self-accountable staff members is a must.

A graduate degree in a human service-related field is strongly desired. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university with commensurate post-graduate experience will be considered. Affiliation with and leadership in local, state, or national professional or trade associations related to human services is a plus.

To apply, please send a current resume and letter of introduction to Kittleman & Associates, LLC to

For more information about Partners for Quality, please visit

Post date: May 23, 2019
President & Executive Director - Hope Tree Family Services

President & Executive Director
Salem, VA

The Mission of HopeTree Family Services is to provide Christian residential, educational, and support services to at-risk children and youth, and to adults with intellectual disabilities throughout Virginia.

The Opportunity | HopeTree Family Services

HopeTree Family Services provides Christian residential, educational and support services to at-risk children and youth, and to adults with intellectual disabilities, throughout Virginia.  Its roots trace to the Baptist Orphanage of Virginia, formed in 1887, to help Virginia’s children in need.  Like the Orphanage, HopeTree is in Salem, Virginia and is the DBA name for Virginia Baptist Children’s Home and Family Services.  The name HopeTree was adopted to reflect the entirety of our programs—including DDM homes, foster families, alternative education schools, and others—and to convey our open doors to all denominations and our statewide locations. 

The word “hope” conveys the single greatest benefit offered to all who come here for care.   A tree has long been a part of our organization’s imagery as a symbol of strength, shelter, endurance and vibrant life, as well as the sheltering comfort provided there.  Thus, our name HopeTree symbolizes the mission that has remained the same throughout our history: to provide quality Christian care to people in need.

The Surrounding Community | Salem, VA
Nestled in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, Salem is rich with history. While Salem has grown to city status, its charm, values, and traditions have not been lost.   The city of Salem has become known around the country as a premier destination for tournaments and sporting events. Salem has hosted over 70 NCAA Championships since 1993 and many great athletes have competed on the fields of this city during parts of their careers.  Salem is also known as a city with great music, food, shopping and fantastic special events throughout the year, including the Salem Fair, Blue Ridge Music Festival and Olde Salem Days.  The home of Roanoke College, Salem is bordered by Roanoke VA, and is a 30-minute drive from Blacksburg, VA, home of Virginia Tech.

The Role of the Executive Director

The President & Executive Director of HopeTree Family Services serves as Chief Executive Officer of the organization and functions as President & Executive Director for all programs.  As such, he/she is responsible for the overall operation of HopeTree Family Services, with responsibilities that include fiscal, programming, administration, development, public relations, denominational relations and all other related areas pertinent in any way to the operation, reputation and integrity of the organization.

The President & Executive Director of HopeTree Family Services must be a professing, practicing Christian and have some familiarity with Baptist tradition.  This position reports directly to the Board of Trustees of the organization.


Corporate and Board Responsibilities

  • Supervises Executive Assistant to ensure appropriate maintenance of corporate registrations, records of Board meetings and minutes, notifications to Board members for Virginia Baptist Children's Home and Family Services DBA HopeTree Family Services and Virginia Baptist Children's Home and Family Services Foundation. 
  • Reviews documents, banking records, and others, signing on behalf of agency, and reports actions to the board as appropriate, and oversees investments and real estate transactions and any other financial activities related to income and expense for the agency.  
  • Maintains regular communication with Board Chair, and reports to Board Chair and Executive Compensation Committee.  Serves as staff liaison for Board committees as needed.   
  • Works with Board Chair to provide up-to-date notification to Board members of significant incidents as they arise and develops appropriate communications/media response in conjunction with Communications staff. 
  • Ensures periodic development of an agency Strategic Plan (at least every 5 years), including Board participation along with agency personnel, and annually reports on progress and updates to the Board. 
  • Assists Governance/Nominating Committee in enlisting and processing inquiries for prospective Board members.  Ensures new Trustees complete background checks and submits annual Conflict of Interest forms.  Ensures travel insurance policies for Trustees are renewed annually. 
  • Ensures the preparation of quarterly and annual written reports to the Board on a regular basis and other reports as requested.  Ensures Board internet portal is updated regularly.
  • Fulfills role as President of Virginia Baptist Children’s Home DBA HopeTree Family Services  and VBCHFS Foundation.  In this capacity, the President serves as direct contact with Foundation's Investments manager and keeps Foundation Board of Directors informed of investment performance. 
  • Provides any assistance as requested by the Board, making recommendations as appropriate, and performs other duties as assigned by Board Chairperson and/or Board.
  • Ensures that backup for President's Program Leadership responsibilities is documented in VP of Programs job description, and that responsibilities for subsequent leaders in the chain of command are documented in a manner to meet licensure standards. 

Administrative Responsibilities

  • Supervises VP of Administration and Finance to ensure compliance with employment law and ensures agency compliance with non-profit Human Resources standard employment practices.  Ensures agency personnel policies, handbook, and benefits are competitive and meet industry and legal standards. Ensures that HR functions of Payroll, Recruitment, Training and Evaluations are conducted in keeping with applicable industry standards and legal and license requirements. Ensures that agency employees, interns, volunteers and Foster Parents meet required background check procedures.  Ensures that vendors are accompanied by staff when working in or around those served through our programs.  
  • Supervises VP for Administration and Finance to ensure proper accounting procedures, cash management, financial security measures, billings and receivables are current and properly recorded, Ensures agency's financial integrity.  Reviews all financial statements prior to publication. 
  • Ensures development of an annual Budget for operations and capital expenditures and obtains Board adoption each year.  Ensures that expenditures are in keeping with adopted annual budget and provides financial reports to board on a quarterly basis.  Provides interim financial information to board members as requested. 
  • Ensures an annual Audit procedure is carried out in conjunction with Board Audit Committee, and that agency meets appropriate auditing standards.  Ensures that required financial disclosures are available in keeping with IRS regulations. 
  • Ensures that Property, Liability and other appropriate insurances are maintained to meet licensure standards, and to appropriately protect agency assets.  Works with VP for Administration and Finance to address all Risks to which agency is exposed. 
  • Ensures that the agency's IT Department meets appropriate regulatory security standards and is maintained to provide appropriate functionality for all aspects of agency operations and departments. 
  • Follows appropriate business procedures, maintaining accurate records of expenses and mileage, uses purchase orders when needed, turns in receipts with monthly records of expenses, including employee credit card receipts and receipts for generic credit cards.

Program Responsibilities

  • Supervises the VP of Programs to ensure that all agency programs are operated consistent with HopeTree's mission, that licenses, applications and renewals are current, and that programs are operated in compliance with licensing standards/regulations including HIPAA; Standards for Licensed Children's Residential Facilities; Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services; Department of Social Services Child Placing Facilities - Foster Care; Department of Education, Health Department (for swimming pools, dining facilities) and other appropriate standards.
  • Ensures that the agency and employees' actions are in keeping with the Human Rights of those we serve. 
  • Oversees all agencies facility operations in its entirety, including the approval of the design of the structured programs of care and their implementation.  Regularly reviews current program design and quality, utilization rates, financials, regulatory compliance, and license renewals as well as expansion of existing programs. 
  • Ensures that programs provide quarterly reports to the Board on program operations, utilization, compliance, etc. 


  • Oversees all fundraising activities and monitors cost of fundraising (income/expense ratio).  Supervises Director of Development and Director of Communications to maintain appropriate public relations and fund-raising efforts.  Works with department leadership and participates in fund-raising efforts, including developing skills in the area of planned giving and gift solicitation. 
  • Ensures that gifts are properly recorded and acknowledged.  Ensures that annual giving reports are distributed to donors by the end of January each year.  Ensures that designated and restricted gifts are properly recorded and are utilized consistent with the donors' wishes. 
  • Maintains connection with Baptist General Association of Virginia, churches, and other civic, community and business entities, representing HTFS and speaking to groups as opportunities arise. 
  • Works with department to establish fund-raising goals for annual fund, grants, special events and other fund-raising efforts.  Maintains relationships with key donors and nurtures relationships to lead to planned giving decisions. 

Qualities and Qualifications

The position requires:

  • Master’s degree in social work, psychology, counseling, or administration and a combination of two years professional experience working with children and in administration and supervision; OR
  • Baccalaureate degree in social work, psychology, counseling or administration and three years of combined professional experience with children, and in administration and supervisory experience; OR
  • Baccalaureate degree and a combination of five years professional experience in a children's residential facility, social service agency or program to include one year in administration, supervision and/or consultative capacity. 

He/she must demonstrate the necessary leadership, knowledge, skills and abilities to maintain agency operations to include financial budgets, program development, facility operations, fund raising, investments, and all other program areas.

To Apply
HopeTree has retained Capital Development Services to assist with professional recruitment.  Nominations, expressions of interest, and applications can be submitted via email to or online by clicking here.

Candidates should include a cover letter, a resume, and a list of three references.  All material will be confidential.  Additional inquiries may be directed to Jen Tozier at Capital Development Services, 336-747-0133 x 208. 

Post date: May 15, 2019
Executive Director - Kentucky Association of Private Providers (KAPP)

Executive Director
Frankfort, KY

The Kentucky Association of Private Providers (KAPP) is seeking an Executive Director to lead the association in fulfilling our Mission:
To organize private providers in the disability community to be a powerful voice for political, economic, and social change in Kentucky.

And Purpose:
To promote and assist private providers of services and supports to individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families; deliver an accurate and timely source of critical information for its members; provide leadership in the development and provision of innovative high-quality services and supports in the private sector; provide members with an influential and respected voice with the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government; communicate with and assist the membership through formal outreach and other special services; help develop strong networks among members and other organizations; provide training and educational opportunities for members; and encourage and nurture partnerships that promote self-determination and empowerment of individuals with disabilities.

• Bachelor’s Degree (preferably human service, business, communications, political science or related field); prior executive management experience in the field of intellectual disabilities preferred.
• Demonstrated strong written/oral communication, interpersonal, advocacy and customer service skills
• Proven ability to engage and collaborate with state regulators, legislators and other key agencies and stakeholders
• Experience in the areas of leadership, public relations, teambuilding and strategic planning
• Competency in administering digital technology for association membership dues, email communications and website functions.

Essential Functions:
• Provide leadership and support to the Board in developing and executing a strategic plan
• Serve as a registered lobbyist and active association leader/representative in public policy and government relations
• Plan, initiate and deliver membership growth and retention activities
• Organize and oversee annual conference planning process
• Serve as KAPP liaison for ANCOR
• Provide support, guidance and technical assistance to association members

Salary: To be determined based on qualifications and experience

Interested Candidates should contact and send resume to:
Shannon McCracken, KAPP Board Chair
Phone: 606-271-3555

All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, national origin, veteran, ancestry, age, religion, disability, citizenship status or any other group protected by the law.

Post date: May 2, 2019
President & CEO – United Cerebral Palsy Land of Lincoln

President & CEO
Springfield, IL


The UCPLL Board of Directors is offering this Request for Applications for a President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to: oversee organizational management and development, strategic planning, and business development; maintain the organization’s capacity to advance the mission and programs by dedicating sufficient human, financial and technological resources; and provide effective leadership to all employees, and assistance and advice to the Board of Directors.  This position reports to the UCPLL Board of Directors.


UCPLL has been serving Springfield and Central Illinois for 48 years and is committed to helping children and adults with disabilities live “Life Without Limits.”  UCP works with individuals with disabilities and their families to live in their homes, have access to a quality education and health care, acquire employment skills and work in the community.  UCPLL believes every individual has the right to live life to their fullest potential.

UCPLL is a nonprofit organization with a track record of providing quality services, programs and advocacy to individuals with all types of disabilities. UCPLL is an affiliate of United Cerebral Palsy Associations, a member of the United Way, and has been accredited by the Commission of Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).   

UCPLL provides comprehensive services to over 600 children and adults with disabilities in throughout Central Illinois. Services include job training and placement, assistive technology, summer camps, residential support, day services, respite, case management, and advocacy.

Applicant Eligibility

  1. Advanced degree (preferred) with a minimum of 10 years of senior management experience.
  2. Excellence in organizational management with the ability to coach staff; manage and develop high-performance teams; set and achieve strategic objectives; and develop and manage a budget.
  3. Past success working with a Board of Directors with the ability to cultivate board member relationships.
  4. Strong marketing, public relations, and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders.
  5. Strong written and verbal communication skills; a persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent interpersonal skills.
  6. Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, adaptive, and innovative approach to business planning.
  7. Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people.
  8. Passion, idealism, integrity, positive attitude, mission-driven and self-directed.

Scope of Work

A successful candidate will:

  1. Provide the Board of Directors with the tools and opportunities to develop in their roles, including appropriate orientation for incoming Board members and training on distinct roles and responsibilities, particularly legal and fiduciary responsibilities.
  2. Provide access to sufficient information and diverse perspectives to inform decision making and carry out due diligence.
  3. Directly supervise all senior managers. Maintains personnel policies through an effective process of personnel management.
  4. Develop and implements operational policies and procedures. Assists the Board of Directors with the development of Board policies. Maintains the agency policy and procedure manual.
  5. Ensure that expenses are reasonable and necessary and incurred in pursuit of the mission of the organization. Ensure an adequate amount is directed to administrative expenses to ensure effective accounting systems, internal controls, competent staff, and other expenditures critical to effective management. Approves all expenditures of the organization.
  6. Assist the Board of Directors in community relations, fund raising, and related duties as required. Acts as official spokesperson for the organization.
  7. Serve as an ex-officio member of the Board of Directors and attends all meetings of the Board of Directors except when his/her personal status is under consideration.
  8. Direct the annual and strategic planning process with the Board of Directors and key management staff. Sets long-and-short-term objectives evaluating program and organizational effectiveness and annually evaluates progress toward achieving objectives. Solicits feedback from persons served and stakeholders about the effectiveness of the programs and operation of the organization.
  9. Provide a confidential means for handling good faith complaints from employees and Board members about violations of the policies of the organization, suspected financial impropriety or misuse of organization resources, or any other unethical or inappropriate conduct of organizational personnel.
  10. Actively monitor federal and state public policies that impact the organization, the people it serves, and develop strategies in response.
  11. Be aware of and comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws. This may include, but is not limited to, the following: complying with laws and regulations related to internal operations, grant making, fundraising, licensing, financial accountability, human resources, lobbying and political advocacy, and taxation.
  12. Educate the Board of Directors and staff about basic legal, accounting, audit, and tax issues.
  13. Insure compliance with all applicable guidelines and standards of licensing, monitoring, funding and accrediting agencies.
  14. Serve as an effective liaison and representative of United Cerebral Palsy, the community, and regulatory and funding agencies.

Code of Conduct

  1. Presents a positive image of United Cerebral Palsy Land of Lincoln at all times.
  2. Demonstrates teamwork philosophy by working cooperatively with others.
  3. Communicates in a clear and concise manner, while also demonstrating receptivity through active listening.
  4. Continuously seeks opportunities for improvement and suggests ways in which procedures/systems may be modified to accomplish tasks/goals efficiently and effectively.
  5. Adheres to the highest level of ethical conduct.

Priority Criteria

  • Senior Leadership Experience
  • Building and Managing Teams
  • Board Relations Facilitation & Development
  • Business Development
  • Fundraising & Event Planning
  • Organizational Strategic Planning and Visioning
  • Fiscal Management

Candidate Compensation - UCPLL will provide a competitive salary and benefits package based on the candidate’s experience and skills.

Application Packet & Timelines

The UCPLL Board of Directors requests that interested applicants submit the following items by Tuesday, May 17, 2019 to Ms. Kathy Leuelling, President/CEO, UCPLL, 101 N. 16th Street, Springfield, Illinois 62703.  Questions can be directed to Kathy Leuelling at 217-525-6522 or via email at

  1. Cover Letter (please limit to 2 pages) – please explain the applicant’s interest in the position, UCPLL, and the specific skills/talents that qualify him/her for the position. 
  2. Resume or CV (please limit to 4 pages) – please outline relevant leadership experience, educational attainment, work with management teams, experience with boards, fundraising events and activities, and business development. 
  3. Support Materials (please limit to 5 pages) – please share any specific materials (presentations, writings, events, etc) that you would like to share with the search committee as it relates to your work history and this position.
  4. References – please share names and contact information for 3-5 references that are able to discuss the applicants work history, leadership skills, and work conduct/ethic.

Note: All applicants will be subject to a background check. 

Post date: April 25, 2019
President & CEO – Easterseals NH

President & CEO
Manchester, NH

In the over 80 years since its founding, Easterseals NH has provided exceptional services to change the way the world defines and views disability by making profound, positive differences in people’s lives every day. With an operating budget of over $90M, it is one of the largest independent state-wide Easterseals in the country. As a leader in social services for individuals with disabilities and special needs, Easterseals NH employs more than 1,850 individuals who serve more than 25,000 children, adults and seniors every year. As a multi-state organization, ESNH has 13 core programs and includes subsidiaries Easterseals Vermont, Easterseals Maine, and the Farnum Center. In 2018, ESNH served more than 28,000 children, adults, seniors and veterans in communities throughout New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine.

The candidate we seek will be a proven and effective leader who is passionate about improving the quality of life for individuals with disabilities and special needs. This entrepreneurial individual will bring leadership characterized by a visionary outlook; the ability to garner broad internal and external support; extraordinary success creating strong, effective, collaborative teams; sound business, financial and management acumen; the propensity to increase the visibility and philanthropic resources for the organization; and, the fortitude to carry forward major new projects and initiatives.

With a strong focus on planning and management, the ideal candidate will have demonstrated leadership developing a compelling and inspired vision and mobilizing the organization in its achievement. Experience nurturing a culture of collaboration, innovation and excellence among staff in a complex enterprise is desired. A proven track record of successful strategies to identify, recruit and retain talent is essential. The ability to lead employees in multiple locations as an effective team of closely coordinated, highly professional, accountable staff members is a must.

The successful candidate will have demonstrated management acumen utilizing sound business principles. The preferred candidate will understand large enterprise management and is knowledgeable of current and possible future policies, practices, and trends affecting the organization. Given the diversity of revenue streams at the organization, the ideal candidate will demonstrate a proven track record of successful financial management as well as negotiating large, complex agreements. Experience with board governance, development, management and engagement is preferred.    

As a strategic leader in fundraising and other revenue activities, the successful candidate will have the ability to establish and maintain strong relationships with funders, potential donors and other sources of financial support. Experience in or understanding of relationship-driven philanthropy involving individuals, foundations and corporations is preferred; personal experience soliciting resources is a plus.  

A good listener, he/she will lead through influence, collaboration and innovation and always adhere to an appropriate and effective set of core values and beliefs in decision-making. The candidate will have a strong communication style, both verbal and written, and possess the ability to relate to a wide variety of constituents including elected officials, municipal, state and federal bureaucracies, businesses, civic groups, donors, regulators and other advocates. Possessing superior political savvy, he/she will have experience maneuvering through complex political situations effectively, anticipating challenges and planning his/her approach accordingly. 

A bachelor’s degree is required; a graduate degree is preferred. Affiliation with and leadership in local, state or national professional associations and continuing education and professional development is a plus.   

Applications and nominations are being received by Kittleman & Associates, LLC. To apply, submit a current resume and letter of interest to

For more information about Easterseals NH, visit

Post date: April 25, 2019
Director of Talent and Human Resources – Community Systems, Inc.

Community Systems, Inc.
Torrington, CT

Community Systems, Inc., a nonprofit organization, is seeking to recruit a Director of Talent and Human Resources to join our team of more than 400 staff in the Torrington, CT area. Our new team member will beresponsible to support the mission of CSI….helping persons with disabilities to find happiness in their own homes, in their personal relationships, and as contributing members of the community throughthe design and execution of the most impactful human resource strategies. The Director will contribute to CSI’s performance by providing strategic and tactical leadership on people strategies, organizational development, building culture, growing leaders, and other Human Resources-specific or business initiatives. They will provide leadership and direction to the Human Resource specialists, as well as to support and grow our support professionals and guide CSI to provide the best supports for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

We seek a person with a strong work ethic and a commitment toward our values of respect, integrity, innovation, compassion, accountability, and perseverance. You must have a proven ability to work effectively across teams, network in the community, and support staff in a confidential and professional manner.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, business or technical related discipline required,
  • Minimum of 6 years Human Resource experience,
  • Demonstrated strong executive coaching skills,
  • Ability to work effectively across teams,
  • Strong working knowledge of employee relations, recruitment/staffing, training & development, organizational development, compensation strategy and benefits administration, total rewards and recognition,
  • Professional certification (PHR, SPHR, SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP).

Interested candidates should submit a resume and letter of interest highlighting your skills and experience to

Job description available upon request.

CSI is an employer who welcomes diversity in our workplace, an EOE/AA who welcomesfemales, minorities, individuals with a disability, and protected veterans to apply.  CSI does not discriminate against employees or applicants based on sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristics protected by applicable law.